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Before I came to college, I didn’t think of myself as someone who typically loses things. But some sort of switch flipped freshman year, and since then I’ve been losing things left and right (chiefly my dignity and motivation, but that’s beside the point). Some things are normal to lose in everyday college life: your backpack, computer, phone, wallet, keys, etc.
One of the most bizarre chapters of “Looney Tunes,” basketball and cinema history was the release of the 1996 film “Space Jam,” starring Michael Jordan, Bugs Bunny and you know the rest (otherwise you wouldn’t have clicked on the link). One of the most underrated aspects of the film is its corresponding soundtrack, which features such hits as R.
Hosting a prospie is a big responsibility. You have to share your experiences and convince them to come to Dartmouth, all while making sure that they don’t wander off alone into the vast New Hampshire wilderness.
Younger admissions officer to older admissions officer: “How do you even read 20,000 applications?
New gym scan-in: It's the little things in life.
The return of The Box: Now that it's week 3 and we're already sick of DDS, The Box is a great alternative!
Pistachio macarons at KAF:The only reason your GroupMe is blowing up on a Tuesday.
Frat pre-rush events: The man flirting is getting kind of sickening.
Prospies: THEY'RE EVERYWHERE.
Behind the black coat and adorable snout of Winston McKenzie--Phi Delta Alpha's house pig--is a social mastermind.
Life at Dartmouth can be hard, what with the harsh winters, D plan and limited social scene working against you.
I am an awkward person. I came out of the womb that way, and frankly, I see no signs of improvement.
With the slew of new campus policies over the past few years, it comes as no surprise to Dartmouth students that the administration is looking to ~move Dartmouth forward~. Whether that means redefining the Greek system, banning the consumption of hard alcohol or (God forbid) prohibiting the use of hoverboards, the administration’s decisions are almost always met with backlash from Dartbeat the student body.
However, the administration has yet to commit an offense so egregious as the recently unveiled design for the new Hood Museum of Art.
You: “Well, I think I’ll be majoring in philosophy, with a minor in English or history. I’m still not really sure…”
Uncle Wahlst: “What’s the plan for paying the bills?”
And there it begins.
“Mama, I made it!”
Your parents have never been more proud of you than when you got into Dartmouth.
Dartbeat asks a group of musically inclined students to recommend their favorite song picks of the week.
Last week, 2,176 lucky newbies were granted access to our august institution. If you’re one of those 2,000+ admittees, props to you for already being on Dartbeat (I’m impressed!), and for really beating the odds.
Do you feel misunderstood, bored or constantly in the company of people who don’t care about your “One time we were in Trafalgar Square and...” stories?
Colleges are notoriously dirty places (in two senses, though in this post I’m really only concerned with the literal dirtiness of Dartmouth). I guess you could say that my fascination with this institution’s stains began in my freshman dorm room.
Donald Trump has come to Dartmouth. He has come, and he will #MakeDartmouthGreatAgain. Dartbeat gained exclusive access to his Dartmouth-specific Twitter account, and you bet your ass we took screenshots:
It’s week 1 and you have new textbooks, fresh syllabi and (hopefully) minimal laundry. After two weeks of relaxation (read: simultaneously watching Netflix and Snapchats of your friends’ exotic vacations), you’re ready for spring term.
'17:"Can you like borrow a baby? I just want to borrow one for an hour and then return it."
’16: “Yesterday somebody asked me to take the stairs to 3FB and I laughed in their face.”
19: “Don’t koalas have, like, chlamydia?”
’18 on free Yerba drinks at Hop: “That’s the problem with vague words when wielded by hippies.This is some bullshit in a bottle.”
Guy in One Wheelock:"I've never been here before.